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1 Skyline College Program Name: Program Review Executive Summary Program Mission and Goals Three Strengths of the Program First Strength: Skyline College Program Review Page 1 of 25 Approved by Curriculum Committee on 11/6/13

2 Second Strength: Third Strength: Skyline College Program Review Page 2 of 25 Approved by Curriculum Committee on 11/6/13

3 Three Suggestions for Improvement First Suggestion: Second Suggestion: Third Suggestion: Skyline College Program Review Page 3 of 25 Approved by Curriculum Committee on 11/6/13

4 Short Summary of Findings Faculty Signatures Type in name & Sign Type in name & Sign Type in name & Sign Type in name & Sign Type in name & Sign Type in name & Sign Type in name & Sign Type in name & Sign Type in name & Sign Submitted on: Skyline College Program Review Page 4 of 25 Approved by Curriculum Committee on 11/6/13

5 Note: Save your form as a PDF format and name your file as Program Name_PR_Year e.g., Mathematics_PR_2013). Program Title: Date Submitted: 1. Planning Group Participants (include PT& FT faculty, staff, students, stakeholders) List Names and Positions: 2. Contact Person (include and telephone): 3. Program Information A. Program Personnel Identify the number of personnel (administrators, faculty, classified, volunteers, and student workers) in the program: FT Faculty: FT Classified: Volunteers: PT/OL Faculty (FTE): PT Classified (FTE): Student Workers: Skyline College Program Review Page 5 of 25 Approved by Curriculum Committee on 11/6/13

6 B. Program Mission and Goals State the goals/focus of the program and how the program contributes to the mission and priorities of the College and District. Discuss how this program coordinates, impacts and interacts with other programs in the College. Explain how this program meets the needs of our diverse community. (200 word limit recommended) 4. Summary of Student Learning Outcomes and Program Data A. Drawing from the TracDat PSLO report, summarize recent course and/or program SLO assessment, identify trends and discuss areas in need of improvement. Submit the TracDat PSLO report with the completed comprehensive program review report. Tool: Respond to the following: Review the PSLO report and note any trends over the last five years. o o o Instruction: Highlight the major areas on the course and program level in which students are doing well and those in need of improvement. Student Services: Highlight the major areas in which students are doing well and those in need of improvement, including on the course level when applicable. Career Technical Education: Note any trends in the last three years compared to the preceding three years or further. Identify changes that have occurred in your program as a result of annual SLO assessment. Explain any modifications to the program s SLO assessment process or schedule. Note that the PSLOs on TracDat match the ones listed on the departmental/ service area website and in the College Catalog. Skyline College Program Review Page 6 of 25 Approved by Curriculum Committee on 11/6/13

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8 B. Summarize courses/services in the program that map to institutional student learning outcomes and discuss the results of the assessment and analysis. Respond to the following: Explain what the course level assessment results reveal about student fulfillment of ISLOs. If the department participated in campus wide assessment, explain what insights were obtained. Skyline College Program Review Page 8 of 25 Approved by Curriculum Committee on 11/6/13

9 C. Summarize results of student data packets from the Office of Planning, Research & Institutional Effectiveness and where appropriate any other relevant data. Tool: Respond to the following: Review 5-year data to describe trends in student success, retention, demographics. Were any student populations disproportionately impacted or underperforming? Analyze trends and discuss plans to address significant findings. Analyze trends in student success with respect to mode of delivery and/or technology. For instructional programs, address any differences between on-campus and distance education courses. Skyline College Program Review Page 9 of 25 Approved by Curriculum Committee on 11/6/13

10 D. Program Enrollment and Efficiency For programs with curricular offerings, state the last three years of fall semester FTES, FTE and LOAD. Spring semester data may also be submitted as needed. For programs without curriculum offerings and those with curriculum offerings and services, please provide information on the efficiency of services. Assess the efficiency of the program. (Program efficiency information can be obtained from PRIE). Skyline College Program Review Page 10 of 25 Approved by Curriculum Committee on 11/6/13

11 E. Career Technical Education Program Required Information and Data (CTE Programs only) Tools: San Mateo County s Largest Employers Staffing Patterns in Local Industries & Occupations Respond to the following: Review the program s Gainful Employment Disclosure Data. Identify any areas of concern. Discuss the role of the Advisory Committee and provide minutes of the most recent advisory committee meeting. Describe how changes in business, community and employment needs, new technology, and new transfer requirements could affect the program. Skyline College Program Review Page 11 of 25 Approved by Curriculum Committee on 11/6/13

12 5. Curricular Offerings Tools: CurricUNET A. Program Curriculum and Courses. If your program does not offer curriculum please state N/A. Respond to the following: Attach the CurricUNET documentation that all courses have been reviewed and updated since the previous Comprehensive Program Review. o All courses, including prerequisites, must be reviewed and updated at a minimum of every six years. List courses that have been banked/deleted. Note that you ve added new courses to the department s three-year calendar of assessment and requested that they be added to TracDat. If new courses were added since the last CPR, note that they ve been mapped to ISLOs and PSLOs on TracDat, including relevant interdisciplinary degrees Skyline College Program Review Page 12 of 25 Approved by Curriculum Committee on 11/6/13

13 B. Identify Patterns of Curriculum Offerings. If your program does not offer curriculum please state N/A. Reflections: Review the 2-year curriculum cycle of course offerings to ensure timely completion of certificates, degrees, and transfer. Identify strengths of the curriculum. Identify issues and possible solutions. Discuss plans for future curricular development and/or program modification. Skyline College Program Review Page 13 of 25 Approved by Curriculum Committee on 11/6/13

14 6. Action Plan Provide your action plan based on the analysis and reflections provided in the previous sections. Tool: Actions: Identify next steps to be taken and set a timeline. Identify questions that will serve as a focus of inquiry for the next Annual Program Plan and/or Program Review. o Determine the assessments; set the timeline for tabulating the data and analyzing results. o Describe what you expect to learn from the assessment efforts. Skyline College Program Review Page 14 of 25 Approved by Curriculum Committee on 11/6/13

15 7. Resource Identification A. Professional Development needs Actions: List the professional development activities the faculty and staff participated in this year. Explain how professional development activities in the past six years have improved student learning outcomes. Describe professional development plans for next year. Skyline College Program Review Page 15 of 25 Approved by Curriculum Committee on 11/6/13

16 B. Office of Planning, Research & Institutional Effectiveness requests Actions: List your program s data requests from the Office of Planning, Research & Institutional Effectiveness. Explain how the requests will serve the Student/Program/Division/College needs. Skyline College Program Review Page 16 of 25 Approved by Curriculum Committee on 11/6/13

17 C. Faculty and Staff hiring, Instructional Equipment and Facilities Requests Complete the following table: Skyline College Program Review Page 17 of 25 Approved by Curriculum Committee on 11/6/13

18 Comprehensive Program Review Resource Needs Program: Date: Needs How does this request align with your assessment of student outcomes? How does this request align with your action plan? Estimated cost for facilities and equipment Personnel Equipment Facilities Skyline College Program Review Page 18 of 25 Approved by Curriculum Committee on 11/6/13

19 APPENDIX A VISION, MISSION, VALUES AND GOALS OF SKYLINE COLLEGE Please check current catalog for most recent goal statements. Vision Statement Skyline College inspires a global and diverse community of learners to achieve intellectual, cultural, social, economic and personal fulfillment. Mission Statement To empower and transform a global community of learners. Values Statement Education is the foundation of our civilized democratic society. Thus: Campus Climate: We value a campus-wide climate that reflects a students first philosophy' with mutual respect between all constituencies and appreciation for diversity. Both instruction and student services are dedicated to providing every student with an avenue to success. Open Access: We are committed to the availability of quality educational programs and services for every member of our community regardless of level of preparation, socio-economic status, cultural, religious or ethnic background, or disability. We are committed to providing students with open access to programs and responsive student services that enable them to advance steadily toward their goals. Student Success: We value students success in achieving their goals, and strengthening their voices as they transform their lives through their educational experience. Academic Excellence: We value excellence in all aspects of our mission as a comprehensive community college offering preparation for transfer to a baccalaureate institution, workforce and economic development through career technical education programs and certificates, Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degrees, basic skills development, and lifelong learning. We are committed to academic rigor and quality with relevant, recent, and evolving curriculum and well-equipped programs that include new and emerging areas of study. We are dedicated to an educational climate that values creativity, innovation and freedom of intellectual exploration, discovery, thought, and exchange of ideas. Community Connection: We value a deep engagement with the community we serve and our role as an academic and cultural center for community including business, industry, labor, non-profits, government and the arts. We are dedicated to maintaining a college culture and institutional climate that is warm and welcoming to all. Shared Governance: We value just, fair, inclusive, and well understood, transparent governance processes based upon open and honest communication. Sustainability: We value an institutional culture that represents a strong commitment to environmental sustainability and justice. We are committed to the tenets of sustainability To meet present needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. Skyline College Program Review Page 19 of 25 Approved by Curriculum Committee on 11/6/13

20 APPENDIX B Definition of Terms WSCH: FTE: LOAD: N GRADES: Weekly Student Contact Hours are based on the first census week of a Fall term. They do not include second census week data, but they do include all positive attendance data for the term (converted to WSCH) including classes which start after the first census The full-time equivalent faculty count is determined by the set of rules provided to each college at the time the data is requested. Generally, the figures are the decimal fraction of the teaching hours or units ascribed to the faculty member for teaching work done. Non-teaching time is specifically excluded so that it does not affect the value of the data. Work done by non-certified-personnel is not included. Teaching Load is taken as the ratio of WSCH to FTE The total number of grades awarded (A+B+C+D+F+CR+NCR+I+W) RETENTION: The sum of all non-w grades divided by N grades times 100, expressed as % SUCCESS: A+B+C+CR grades divided by N grades times 100, expressed as % Skyline College Program Review Page 20 of 25 Approved by Curriculum Committee on 11/6/13

21 APPENDIX C FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS 1. Why are faculty asked to perform Program Review? Faculty are the members of the campus community who best understand the intricacies of the courses and the body of work within programs. Faculty work each day with students and staff within these programs and are best suited to understand the strengths and needs of specific programs. Because Program Review is also used for budget and planning, it is imperative that faculty perspective is included in that process. 2. How do I know that all the work I put into this document will have any impact? A well thought through and completed Program Review will have its greatest impact on the program and its faculty/staff. Evaluation of practices, procedures and student outcomes is the hallmark of successful educational programs and institutions. A thoughtful analysis of the results and findings of the Program Review should be used to improve student outcomes. The Curriculum Committee and College Council have developed a process which requires the Program Review to impact the College planning, budget, SLOAC and resource allocation processes. 3. Why the oral presentation to curriculum committee? The oral presentation of your Program Review serves two purposes. Primarily, it will allow the program exposure to a cross-section of the campus community. Many members of this community are not aware of the accomplishments of programs or their needs. It allows each program to shine! Secondly, it allows the Program Review process to become more personal. Committee members and program personnel will have the opportunity to interact, question each other, and respond to the Program Review. Finally, it will help the College do systematic planning and coordinate our efforts. 4. I am a one-person department I don t have the capability or time to perform this review. The Program Review document is completed using a pdf format. This should reduce preparation time. Each Division Dean is also available to assist you in gathering information and preparation of the self-study. Please utilize him or her. Also, keep track of the amount of time spent on the self-study. When submitting your evaluation of the Program Review process, please include the total hours involved in the process. This will help with future planning and modifications to the review process. 5. How will the self-study questions be kept current and useful? The Curriculum Committee, through the Academic Senate, will have that responsibility. Skyline College Program Review Page 21 of 25 Approved by Curriculum Committee on 11/6/13

22 APPENDIX D SKYLINE COLLEGE INSTRUCTIONAL AND STUDENT SERVICES PROGRAM REVIEW Program: RESPONSE SHEET Thank you for your time and effort in preparing this Program Review. Your Resource Needs Summary has been shared with the College Budget Committee and the Resource Needs Summary and Executive Summary, with recommendations, has been shared with the College Council. College President Comments: Signature Separate boxes for each College Vice President(s) Comments: Signature Curriculum Committee Comments: Signature Original to remain with self-study Copies to Program Review preparer Skyline College Program Review Page 22 of 25 Approved by Curriculum Committee on 11/6/13

23 Appendix E Skyline College Evaluation of the Program Review Process To improve the Program Review process your help and suggestions are instrumental. We ask that all parties responsible for preparation of this review have input into the evaluation. After completion of the Program Review process, please take a few moments to complete and return this evaluation to the chair of the Curriculum Committee. Estimate the total number of hours to complete your Program Review: 1. Was the time frame for completion of Program Review adequate? If not, explain. 2. Was the instrument clear and understandable? Was it easy to use? If not, explain and offer suggestions for improvement. 3. Were the questions relevant? If not, please explain and offer suggestions. Skyline College Program Review Page 23 of 25 Approved by Curriculum Committee on 11/6/13

24 4. Did you find the Program Review process to have value? If not, please explain and offer suggestions. 5. Was the data you received from the Office of Planning, Research and Institutional Effectiveness complete and presented in a clear format? Would you like additional data? 6. Please offer any comments that could improve and/or streamline Program Review. Skyline College Program Review Page 24 of 25 Approved by Curriculum Committee on 11/6/13

25 Appendix F Skyline College Program Review Completion Check off Sheet Before submitting your self-study report, please make sure that all forms are submitted by using the checklist below: Checked if Completed 1. Executive Summary 2. Program Review Self-Study 3. Resource Needs Summary Form 4. Response Sheet (Appendix D) 5. Evaluation of the Program Review Process (Appendix E) 6. CurricUNET documentation that all courses have been reviewed and updated since the previous Comprehensive Program Review Skyline College Program Review Page 25 of 25 Approved by Curriculum Committee on 11/6/13

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